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David Doubilet

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David Doubilet is a contributing photographer for the National Geographic Magazine where he has photographed over 65 stories since 1971. David's most recent books are Water Light Time and Fish Face published by Phaidon and The Great Barrier Reef published with National Geographic. He is currently a feature columnist and contributing editor for Sport Diver Magazine and DIVE Magazine in the U.K. David was named a Contributing Photographer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Magazine in 2001. He is the recipient of many prestigious awards, including: The Sara Prize, The Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award and the Lennart Nilsson Award in Photography. David is a member of both the Royal Photographic Society and International Diving Hall of fame. He lives on the St. Lawrence River in Clayton, New York.


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David Doubilet is a contributing photographer for the National Geographic Magazine where he has photographed over 65 stories since 1971. David's most recent books are Water Light Time and Fish Face published by Phaidon and The Great Barrier Reef published with National Geographic. He is currently a feature columnist and contributing editor for Sport Diver Magazine and DIVE Magazine in the U.K. David was named a Contributing Photographer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Magazine in 2001. He is the recipient of many prestigious awards, including: The Sara Prize, The Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award and the Lennart Nilsson Award in Photography. David is a member of both the Royal Photographic Society and International Diving Hall of fame. He lives on the St. Lawrence River in Clayton, New York.
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